Rowing finishes sixth at Big East Finals

The University of Miami women’s rowing finished sixth overall at the Big East Women’s Rowing Challenge on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass. Miami’s varsity eight qualified for the Petite Final, where it finished first with a time of 7:08.21, ahead of Connecticut (7:09.44) and Georgetown (7:29.14). Syracuse placed first in the Grand Final, ahead of…


Men’s basketball wins school-record 24 games

The Miami men’s basketball team’s first round loss to Missouri in the NCAA tournament was clearly a disappointment, but it doesn’t overshadow the Hurricane’s success this past season. The ‘Canes finished the season with a school-record 24 victories with only eight defeats. The 23 regular season wins was the most by the Hurricanes since joining…


Seven ‘Canes picked in MLB Draft

Each and every year the Miami Hurricane baseball team has it’s sights set on one thing – the College World Series. Under head coach Jim Morris, the team has gone to Omaha, Neb. seven times, and each time they have depended on a different group of guys to get the job done. This coming year’s…


Johnson quiets critics with MVP performance

At the beginning of the season Andre Johnson and the Miami receiving core was the Hurricanes’ biggest question mark. At the Rose Bowl they became the answer. Johnson and Co. led the Hurricanes to 362 yards passing – a Miami bowl record. Johnson led the Hurricanes with seven receptions for 199 yards (also a Miami…


‘Canes land another stellar recruiting class

After losing 12 seniors and three underclassmen from their 2001 championship team, the Hurricanes proved that speed and talent can be reloaded, as head coach Larry Coker announced one of the top recruiting classes in the nation. “We had an excellent recruiting season coming off our national championship year and I’m very pleased that we…


Club Sports

The Wellness Center offers the Club Sports Program that allows students, faculty, staff and alumni the opportunity to participate in different competitive, recreational and instructional sports all year long. There are more than 30 clubs including badminton, karate, racquetball, scuba, tennis, volleyball, and more. The clubs allow you to experience and learn new skills, participate,…


Berlin trades Gator Blue for ‘Cane Green

“Quarterback U” should have no problem living up to its name even after Heisman hopeful Ken Dorsey graduates. In addition to signing freshman quarterback Marc Guillon, UM coach Larry Coker landed the nation’s top recruit, albeit from 1999, Brock Berlin – a transfer from the University of Florida. “This is a little bit of a…


South Florida boasts great professional sports scene

Over the past decade, the professional sports scene has proven to be one of the perks of living in South Florida. Things were no different in 2001-2002, where locals had several options to choose from. For indoor sports action, the Miami Heat began their second full season inside the American Airlines Arena, while the WNBA’s…


Dominant front seven, wide receivers lead football’s bid to repeat

At the Rose Bowl post game press conference, UM Coach Larry Coker quipped that he was returning for the 2002 season amidst speculation of some early Hurricane entries into the NFL Draft. Indeed, three of Miami’s key contributors to last season’s championship run – cornerback Phillip Buchanon, running back Clinton Portis and tight end Jeremy…


Figueroa twins offer double trouble to opposition

When you took a look at players on the UM baseball team this past season, you may have thought you needed your eyes checked. The Hurricanes have a pair of identical twins on their squad – identical in both their appearance and their play on the field. Danny and Paco Figueroa have been playing baseball…


Volleyball back in action

Head Coach Nicole Lantagne guided a young Miami team to a 17-7 overall record last season in the University’s first year of volleyball since 1981. UM finished the season on an 11-match win streak and compiled a 13-1 home record at the Knight Sports Complex in Coral Gables. First Serve, First Kill, First Win Miami…

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